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odintsov.info: Pretty Little Liars: The Complete First Season: Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Holly Marie Combs, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding, Bianca Lawson. Lucy Hale and Ian Harding romanticizing their relationship, PLL encourages students to try and turn their hot for teacher fantasies into reality. Aug 26, Aria and Ezra are one of Pretty Little Liars' most beloved couples. And while the two may be going through a rough patch — with Ezra being "A".
When Mike becomes depressed, Byron reveals that his brother Scott, who committed suicide, also suffered from mental illness; Byron feels guilty for not doing anything to help his brother. Byron finds out that Ezra is involved in a relationship with Aria after they tell him and Ella and is furious about it. He also plots to send Aria to an all girls boarding school in Vermont. When Aria threatens to reveal his affair to his boss, he backs off from her but gets Ezra fired from Hollis.
In season 3, Byron and Ella have divorced and Ella has moved out of the house. Byron starts seeing Meredith again. In the Halloween episode, it is revealed by Garrett that Byron may have seen Alison on the night she died.
Alison told him,"you know what I'm capable of! A lacrosse player, he suffers from a mental illness, which has causes him to burst into fits of anger and later leads him to break into people's houses for fun, before he begins to shut down emotionally and withdraw completely from his family. He blames Aria for the trouble between their parents. Mike accidentally discovered that Jenna and Garrett knew each other when he stole a pot made Jenna from Garrett's house.
Mike reveals to Aria that the only reason he punched Ezra was because after Ezra and Aria announced they are a couple, he feared what Byron would have done to hurt Ezra judging by the look on his face and thought, "better I do it, than him. It does not tell when or if he was still seeing his therapist. He seemed to forgive Aria and their relationship is better. He stopped being rebellious and more focused of his family's problems and helping them out.
He is dating Mona Vanderwaal. Friends Holden Strauss Shane Coffey seasons 2—3, 7 is a childhood friend of Aria's who returns with his family from a year abroad in Portugal in the middle of Season 2.
He asks Aria out on a date, and discovers that she only agreed so she could get out of the house unsupervised and try to meet Ezra.
Instead of becoming upset, he suggest that they continue the cover, though he remains secretive about what he does during their fake dates. We later find out that his secret is more serious than it seemed at first when he accidentally reveals a very large bruise on his stomach, but he tells Aria not to worry about it. He eventually tells her that he is doing Tae Kwan Do, a Korean martial art, and that his parents forbid him to keep training, that is why he needs a cover.
The situation turns out to be more complicated, though, when Ella tells Aria that Holden has a heart condition that could kill him any time. Aria goes to watch one of Holden's fights and she sees how much he loves to fight. In the sixth episode in season 3, he attends the same church party as Hanna and when Emily arrives, he runs into her and sparks a conversation.
When he grabs a cupcake his wrist is exposed revealing a stamp from that night and Noel Kahn's party. Clark Wilkins Titus Makin Jr. Clark is later revealed to be an undercover cop, hired to protect Aria.
He became romantically involved with Aria after the two met at a bar and instantly bonded. When he discovered that Aria was his student, he attempted to break things off, but found himself unable to do so.
He broke up with Aria for a little while in order to take time to think about their relationship. He quit his teaching position at Rosewood just before Noel threatened to expose Aria and Ezra's relationship. Ezra later explains to Aria that he was engaged to a girl named Jackie when he was in college, but that she broke it off; Jackie later returns to Rosewood after getting a teaching position at Hollis. Although Ezra loves Aria, he seems to still have some lingering feelings for Jackie, and the two remain close.
His relationship with Aria is often strained by the fact that they have to hide that they are together. He confesses to Ella that he loves Aria though she misunderstands and believes he is talking about Spencer when he comes to comfort Aria after her arrest.
In "Through Many Danger, Toils, and Snares" we find out that Aria broke up with Ezra because of Jackie threatening to expose their relationship but they later get back together after Aria explains to Ezra that Jackie was the reason why she broke up with him. Ezra and Aria later tell Byron and Ella that they are a couple which leads him to getting punched by Mike though it's told he only did it fearing what Byron what would have done instead.
Ezra later tells Jackie, who comes into his office trying to convince him it'll never work out for him and Aria due to age difference and the fact she's still a teenager, to get out of his office, saying he will not let her do anything to harm or hurt Aria ever again and that he wants nothing more to do with Jackie herself. Aria continues to attempt to convince her parents to allow her to date Ezra but in the meantime they try to set her up with someone else.
When Aria calls Ezra, he tells her not to call him again. The two later rekindle their relationship when Aria leaves him a voice mail telling Ezra that, if he doesn't meet up with her, their relationship is over for good. Ezra turns up at the last minute after a student tells him to 'be bold' and the two kiss in the rain. Aria decides not to tell her friends that the two are back together, hoping that, by keeping it from them, she can also keep it from "A". They later have sex in his apartment after Ezra finds out that he has been fired from Hollis.
In season 3, Aria and Ezra celebrate their one-year anniversary. Their relationship seems to be going smoothly until Ezra's younger brother Wesley "Wes" drops by unexpectedly. Bumps are soon formed in their relationship when Aria learns of Ezra getting his high school girlfriend Maggie pregnant and his mother paying her to disappear from his life, even though he wanted to do the right thing. Aria tracks Maggie down and discovers that she kept the baby, who is now a healthy 7-year-old boy named Malcolm, whom Ezra finds out about from a distraught Spencer.
This leads him to leave Rosewood and seek out Maggie and his son; Ezra is back in Rosewood but only one day after he's back he gets a phone call from Maggie; Mrs. Fitzgerald sold Maggie's condo. Maggie asked Ezra if she and Malcolm can stay in Rosewood near him for a couple of days. Later when Spencer is part of the A-team, she picks up Malcolm from his karate class but is actually kidnapping him. Aria frantically tries to find him and when she does he tells her that Aria's friend Alison picked him up.
Ezra gets a job at Rosewood High as a substitute teacher.
After all the incidents with Malcolm, Aria decides that it is best that her and Ezra break up just after kissing him on the school stairs. In season four Ezra starts teaching full-time at Rosewood High again. After Aria has a dream that Ezra got arrested because of her she decided they should see other people, something Ezra had already suggested. Ezra would still do anything for Aria, as whenever she is having trouble he still steps up to help her. Ezra finds out Malcolm isn't really his son.
In the season four summer finale, the Liars find a lair that they believe belongs to "A" and we see that Ezra is the owner, leading fans to believe him to be "A". However, he reveals in "Free Fall" that he is writing a book about Alison. He is shot by someone in a black hoodie, whom he claims was Shana, in the season four finale but survives and later rekindles his relationship with Aria and begins helping them out with "A".
In season 7 Ezra Aria become engaged and get married in the show's finale episode. It is revealed that Aria can't have children so her and Ezra make plans to adopt after their honeymoon. He has feelings for Aria and briefly dates her, ending things when he discovers that Aria is seeing Ezra. Noel attempts to blackmail Ezra with this information, but ends up getting framed by "A" for apparently stealing mid-term exams.
After a suspension, he returns to school and becomes somewhat romantically involved with Mona, but eventually breaks up with her and starts dating Jenna. On the security tape Noel sent Spencer it shows that Jenna was dating Noel.
It was revealed in the season four finale that Noel is helping Alison. Noel is revealed to be a member of the A-Team in Season 7 and was the person who poured blood on Spencer in the Dollhouse. However, Noel kills Sara when she threatens their operation. He and Jenna trap the Liars and attempt to kill them but he ends up accidentally getting decapitated. Jake Ryan Guzman season 4 is a martial arts instructor in Rosewood. Aria begins to take private lessons to help protect herself from "A".
During one of the sessions, Aria kisses him and apologizes. But later, they start to hang out more and go on dates. On one of the dates, he learns about Ezra. With time, Aria and Jake's relationship heads to the next level. When Jake meets Ezra for the first time, he tells him to let Aria move on. Liam Greene Roberto Aguire season 6 - 7 was Aria's boyfriend during and after the time-jump.
He works with her and encourages her to send Ezra to finish his book. Aria later breaks up with him due to not having feelings for him anymore after sleeping with Ezra.
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She ignores Aria's pleas for her to stay away from Byron and in an effort to get close to Byron again, attempts to befriend Ella, who was unaware of the affair.
In the beginning of season 3, "A" forces Aria to reveal a past secret that Aria and Alison trashed Byron's office and framed Meredith for the crime when Aria believes an earring she found proves that Byron and Meredith were still together after Aria found out about the affair. After the incident Byron did end all ties with Meredith because he felt threatened. But when "A" forces Aria to confess it was her, it gives now divorced Byron and Meredith another chance at a relationship.
When Aria is forced to confess and apologize to Meredith, she returns the earring "A" gave her, which was taken from Alison's grave, only to find out the earring is not hers. Meredith became a teacher at Rosewood High. She later was burnt in a fire and led to believe that Aria did it She's Better Now.
In the episode "Misery Loves Company! After Aria becomes suspicious, Meredith lures Aria down to the basement where she falls and becomes unconscious. When Hanna and Emily check on Aria, they too are tricked down into the basement. Byron finds them and Meredith escapes. It is revealed that Byron didn't kill Alison, even though she was blackmailing him about the affair. After getting a teaching job at Hollis, she hints at wanting to reconcile her relationship with Ezra.
She discovers that Aria and Ezra are in a relationship, and uses this as leverage when Aria attempts to force her out of Ezra's life by threatening to expose a paper that Jackie plagiarized.
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Jackie forces Aria to break up with Ezra but the two later get back together and reveal their relationship to her parents when Ezra overhears Jackie threatening Aria. Ezra later tells Jackie to get out of his office when she comes by his office and to stay away from Aria after Jackie makes a comment about his relationship with Aria being "a terrible mistake", and that he wants nothing to do with Jackie again.
Maggie Cutler Larisa Oleynik seasons 3—4 is Ezra's ex, who was impregnated by Ezra after high school. She was paid a large sum of money to disappear from Ezra's life and to take care of his unborn child, whom he doesn't know about. In the eleventh episode, Aria pays her a visit at her school, where she reveals that she has a son named Malcolm.
In the summer finale, she pays Ezra a visit, leaving Aria out. At the end of the season 4 summer finale, she reveals Malcolm is not Ezra's son.
She soon leaves Rosewood with Malcolm to Seattle. Simone Alona Tal season 1 is Aria's former babysitter. She comes back to Rosewood to visit her parents and also to help Ella Montgomery with her English class, where she is asked to be a speaker as an experienced freelance writer. She befriends Ezra Fitz thanks to the suggestion of Ella, much to Aria's chagrin. Simone develops a crush on Ezra, much to Aria's horror.
Simone is oblivious to Aria's feelings, and the two have coffee together. After that, Ezra picks up on Aria's envying Simone, who is a talented writer and also age appropriate for Ezra. He admits to enjoying the time spent with her, but assures her that it's nothing more than that.
His father is revealed not to be Ezra, but some "mistake" made by Maggie with another man. Acquaintances of Spencer Hastings The following characters are all family members and acquaintances of Spencer Hastings, one of the protagonists of the series.
Family Melissa Hastings Torrey DeVitto seasons 1 — 7 is Spencer's older sister, who was engaged to Wren at the start of the series, but later returns to Ian. A perfectionist and the favored daughter, she was Spencer's rival for most of their lives. Their competition led to Spencer kissing both Ian and Wren, which culminated in Melissa breaking off her engagement with Wren. After their breakup, Melissa rekindled her relationship with Ian and the two eloped; after which Melissa confided in Spencer that she just wanted the fighting between them to stop.
Shortly after marrying Ian, Melissa becomes pregnant, which again causes a rift between her and Spencer, who suspects Melissa is covering for Ian. When Ian goes missing, Melissa refuses to believe Spencer's claims that he is dead, thinking that she is receiving text messages from Ian, who is in hiding.
After the discovery of Ian's body, Melissa becomes depressed and apologizes to Spencer for choosing Ian over her. When Melissa finds Ian's phone in Spencer's bag, although "A" put the phone in thereshe believes it was Spencer sending the texts to her phone and vows she will never forgive Spencer for this.
Melissa discovers that Jason is their half-brother and says that she can't be around their parents because they lied to her and Spencer. She still loiters around the house and Spencer and her friends begin to suspect that Melissa knows more about "A" and Ali's disappearance than she is letting on. They find a video taken inside Alison's room the night she disappeared, and Melissa is shown throwing open the door and yelling "where is she?!
Ezra and Aria are easily the most famous of these, but the show actually had several relationships with this exact dynamic, a disturbing pattern. These are open relationships that don't get nearly the heat they should in the show. We won't get into the dozen or so times grown men make advances on the Liars. All in all, this was extremely uncomfortable for fans to see, given that the show's main demographic was teenage girls. It is more than just odd, In fact, it's creepy, that nobody in the town of Rosewood ostracizes or prosecutes Ezra for this.
It wasn't just disappointing to see Alison turn into suburban normie mom; it was straight-up nonsense for the character. The show seemed to be painting her as someone who had found her conscience, but to fans it seemed more like she was someone else altogether-- someone way less interesting.
Most details in the story looked odd when held up to the light, and that certainly holds true for the daily schedule of the main cast of girls. Add in the fact that they were also using their afternoons and evenings to investigate, plus the parties and socializing, and you've got a day that could only exist in television, not real life. That certainly didn't stop with A.
Alex was Spencer's identical twin, and sought to replace her and steal her life because she was jealous she had never had the chance. This was all well and good, but even ignoring the basic bewilderment of a character suddenly having a long-lost identical twin she'd never heard about, the actual logistics of the twins' movements didn't always make sense. Since fans were frequently unsure which twin they were looking at both were played by Troian Bellisarioso many plotlines in season 6B and 7 seemed designed to make the viewer say, "Wait, what?
There is no real logic to the geography of Rosewood. Places exist where the writers need them to exist, and sometimes that means they get shuffled around. Take Alison's old house for example. At one point in the series, it is shown to be next to Emily's house. It's bad encouragement I don't think anyone is going to sleep with their teacher because they love Ezria, but the series definitely glamorizes student-teacher affairs.
By romanticizing their relationship, PLL encourages students to try and turn their hot for teacher fantasies into reality. Yes, I know, it's just a show, and an over-the-top one at that. But even amidst all the chaos, Aria and Ezra's relationship has always remained grounded.
As one of the show's most relatable and realistic aspects, Aria and Ezra's relationship doesn't exactly send the best message to PLL's young viewers. All television is bad encouragement! Dawson's Creek and Gossip Girl for example. And if viewers had to take one message to heart from this show, let it be about love and not psycho stalkers, killers and crazy classmates. Whereas most teen boys are sex-crazed, Aria and Ezra prove that young relationships can be deeper than just the physical.
Aria has a lot on her plate right now: At only 18, Aria needs to focus on herself — not her boyfriend and his newly discovered 7-year-old son. I mean, Aria's mature, but not that mature. And nor should she be! When she's not chasing down A, Aria's life should be happy and carefree, not playing stepmom or a supporting role in Ezra's new family life.
Plus, when will she ever find the time to catch up on all her favorite English lit with so many responsibilities? Just relax for a minute, Aria! Not everything good in life has to be so much stress.
Who's to judge what someone's idea of fun is? With her parents' split and a crazy psycho on the loose, Ezra is the only stable thing in Aria's life. Yes, Ezra now has a son, but he also made it very clear that he wants her to remain in his life as well. If she's willing to accept that their relationship might change a little, then that's her decision to make.
If she doesn't want to go to parties and instead would rather stay in and read books to Ezra's son, then that's what she should do.